The Singing Guru: Legends and Adventures of, Guru Nanak, the First Sikh

by Kamla K. Kapur (Author)

About Book

Part fiction, history, and mythology intertwine in this unconventional retelling of the life of the divine spiritual master, Guru Nanak, founder of the Sikh religion. Revered by Muslims and Hindus alike, Guru Nanak’s wisdom resonates across time, and this book brings it to a modern audience.

Kamla K. Kapur, acclaimed author of works like “Ganesha Goes to Lunch” and “Rumi’s Tales from the Silk Road,” weaves together facts, legends, folktales, and over forty of Guru Nanak’s poems—preserved in the Sikh holy book, the Granth Sahib—to create a captivating depiction of the enlightened Guru’s life.

From being seduced by deadly women to almost getting eaten by cannibals, the exciting account presented in The Singing Guru includes moral tales without being proselytizing. Factual details are intermingled with fantasy, producing a symbolic portrait where humor and imagination combine to convey a profound and entertaining spiritual narrative.

This novel offers an intimate look at Guru Nanak’s journey, making it a must-read for those seeking ancient wisdom and a deeper understanding of Eastern spirituality.

If you’re intrigued by spiritual adventures and the legacy of Guru Nanak, this book promises an enlightening and imaginative exploration of his life and teachings.

More Information

  • Pages: 240
  • Book Size: 6 x 9
  • ISBN-13: 9788184957525
  • Imprint: Jaico Publishing House
  • On Sale Date: 1 August, 2015
  • Format: Paperback Book

The Singing Guru: Legends and Adventures of, Guru Nanak, the First Sikh

by Kamla K. Kapur (Author)

About Book

Part fiction, history, and mythology intertwine in this unconventional retelling of the life of the divine spiritual master, Guru Nanak, founder of the Sikh religion. Revered by Muslims and Hindus alike, Guru Nanak’s wisdom resonates across time, and this book brings it to a modern audience.

Kamla K. Kapur, acclaimed author of works like “Ganesha Goes to Lunch” and “Rumi’s Tales from the Silk Road,” weaves together facts, legends, folktales, and over forty of Guru Nanak’s poems—preserved in the Sikh holy book, the Granth Sahib—to create a captivating depiction of the enlightened Guru’s life.

From being seduced by deadly women to almost getting eaten by cannibals, the exciting account presented in The Singing Guru includes moral tales without being proselytizing. Factual details are intermingled with fantasy, producing a symbolic portrait where humor and imagination combine to convey a profound and entertaining spiritual narrative.

This novel offers an intimate look at Guru Nanak’s journey, making it a must-read for those seeking ancient wisdom and a deeper understanding of Eastern spirituality.

If you’re intrigued by spiritual adventures and the legacy of Guru Nanak, this book promises an enlightening and imaginative exploration of his life and teachings.

More Information

  • Pages: 240
  • Book Size: 6 x 9
  • ISBN-13: 9788184957525
  • Imprint: Jaico Publishing House
  • On Sale Date: 1 August, 2015
  • Format: Paperback Book

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